Date Presented Accepted for AOTA INSPIRE 2021 but unable to be presented due to online event limitations.

Emerging research supports benefits of three-dimensional (3D)-printing applications in OT. This cost-effective analysis identifies that 3D-printed adaptive equipment is more cost effective, time efficient, and customizable than comparable commercially available items. With increased availability and development of 3D-printing technology, practitioners must be informed on the considerations and evidence for novel interventions that could provide innovative and low-cost items to clients.

Primary Author and Speaker: Megan Hunzeker

Contributing Authors: Rebecca Ozelie

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